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Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Ind. Courts - More on: Are you ready for your closeup? Supreme Court videocasts to be broadcast in high-definition

Alas, (updating this post from earlier today) my anticipation that future Supreme Court videocasts are to be broadcast in high-definition apparently was unwarranted. Kathryn Dolon, Supreme Court press officer, writes:

We are testing the capability of the media to get HD video through a pool feed outside the courtroom. Supreme Court rules allow for the press to obtain audio and video of arguments and require the press to work together in a pool situation. The rules are designed to allow every media agency present to obtain video. Today’s test (which went extremely well!) was to assess the ability to host that pool feed in HD format. The test does not affect what the Court streams online.

Posted by Marcia Oddi on October 24, 2012 06:33 PM
Posted to Indiana Courts